Equal Employment Opportunity
Employee Handbook Website believes that all people are entitled to equal employment
opportunity and does not discriminate against qualified employees or applicants
because of race, national or ethnic origin, gender, religious beliefs,
age, marital status, sexual orientation or disability. Equal opportunity
will be extended to all persons in all aspects of employment including
but not limited to recruiting, hiring, promotion, discipline, or layoff/termination. top
EMPLOYEE REFERRAL PROGRAM
Employee Handbook Website knows that the best recruiters of new employees can be current
employees. Therefore, employees who recommend candidates who are hired
will be eligible for monetary awards, according to the following:
- If an employee knows someone with qualifications suitable for a job
opening, the employee should forward a copy of the person's resume and
a completed Employee Referral Form to Human Resources prior to the commencement
of the interview process.
- The referral's contact with Employee Handbook Website must be solely through efforts
of a current employee. No awards will be paid if earlier contact had
been made through any other source (e.g., newspaper or web advertisements,
employment agencies, recruiters, etc.).
- Once a referral is employed by Employee Handbook Website for 90 days, the employee
will receive a referral award. In addition, the referring employee must
be employed by Employee Handbook Website at the time the referral award is paid.
- Referral awards amounts are based upon business need, and accordingly
may vary from time to time.
- Employees are not eligible for an award if they are involved in the
hiring process/decision or are members of the Human Resources Department
ort the Senior Executive Team.
- The IRS considers the cash award salary and appropriate deductions
will be taken from the check.
EMPLOYMENT OF RELATIVES
Employee Handbook Website does not maintain a strict policy that prohibits employment
of relatives in all circumstances. However, there are significant restrictions
on the employment of relatives. For example, one relative may not be placed
under the direct supervision of the other for business reasons of supervision,
safety, security and morale. For the same reason, relatives may not work
in the same department, division, or facility if the work involves potential
conflicts of interest or hazards that are greater for relatives than for
other individuals. Finally, no employee may hire their own relative to
work in their department under any circumstances. top